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September 11, 2012
The loss of a dear loved one may be hard to bare. May the God of all comfort strengthen you during this difficult time.
August 09, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss. I know losing a loved is hard to go through. I hope you can gain comfort from God's future promise.
August 07, 2012
I was so shocked and saddened when I saw this. I, too, worked with Jeff at SPS in Layton, UT. He was truly in a class all his own. When I found out that he was from Lynchburg, we had a bonding moment as my parents were born and raised there. Please know that like so many others have mentioned, he was a blessing to all who were blessed to know him. My heart is grieving, yet rejoicing as I know he is walking those lovely golden paved roads of glory. In my heart, thoughts, and prayers. I light this candle for a dear, dear man and wonderful human being.
August 06, 2012
Jeff was funny! He had a lightening quick, acidic wit that was both irreverent and bubbly. Both sarcastic and funny, he did not suffer fools gladly. He would speak his mind to his friends quickly and completely, rarely mincing words.

Jeff was an intensely personal person, hiding so much more than he ever showed. He was never quiet, but only completely forthcoming to his close friends. However, if you were lucky enough to be one of those close friends, you would come to cherish his personal side, and his personal side could change how you view the world.

Jeff was remarkable. Jeff was competitive in so many ways. Even his closest friends could feel his competition, though always with his friends the competitiveness was with his ever present smile. He succeeded in school and in life. He was always dressed impeccably. A picture was not just hung, it was hung straight, with lighting.

Jeff was my friend. One of my closest friends in law school, he soon became a friend to my wife and family. I will miss his laid back joy, his sarcasm, his quick wit, and his loyalty. He broadened my view of the world, and that world is less interesting without him.

I give my personal regards and respect to his family and all those who were significant in his life.

Charlie Brown, Attorney, WFU Law '97
1719 Misty Meadow Ln, Garner, NC 27529
August 06, 2012
Jeff was a good friend in high school. I remember many hours working on Latin homework and projects together and joking around in band. Even though I haven't seen him in years, I have often thought of him and mentioned him to my husband and family. Please know your family is in my prayers at this time and my heart is heavy for your loss.

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